IMTA News - Current Issue 

Member-Exclusive News, Resources and Events.
October 11, 2017
Featured Story
October is Cybersecurity month and we're providing resources that will help your organization or your clients fight hackers. The IMTA Cybersecurity Task Force developed the whitepaper, The Top Cybercrimes. In this resource, authors examine cybercrimes that pose the strongest threats for CPAs through expert remediation guidance, real-life examples, and statistics to help CPAs in prevention, detection and recovery strategies.
» Read more

"As trusted business advisers, CPAs find ways to help their clients achieve their business objectives. Now, under the AICPA's recently issued cybersecurity reporting framework, CPAs have an opportunity to expand the services they offer to help clients manage and understand cyber risks." Click the link below to read more of this Journal of Accountancy article.

» Read more

Did you miss the webcast, "How to Fight Back Against Hackers"? You still have a chance to watch presenters discuss the recent Equifax breach and offer tips to protect yourself from hackers on your mobile devices and while surfing the internet. Per NASBA, archived webcasts don't qualify for CPE. To view more archived webcasts, visit the IMTA webcast archives page.

» Watch now

Organizations are under increasing pressure to demonstrate they’re managing threats, and have effective processes and controls in place to detect, respond to, mitigate and recover from cybersecurity breaches. The new Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Finance and Accounting Professionals certificate will help you stand out among your peers by serving as validation of your demonstrated professional competencies in this area.

» Read more
IMTA Podcast
There are several IMTA podcasts that offer tips to identify prevalent cyber-attacks, as well as best practices to help your organization or your client mitigate the risk of a data breach. Listen to the podcast, "Cybersecurity Social Engineering" led by IMTA Cybersecurity Task Force Member Rob Rudloff, and you'll learn how to develop security controls to that help reduce the risk of a social engineering attack.
» Listen now
  Facebook   Linkedin   |
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants,
220 Leigh Farm Road,
Durham, NC 27707-8110


© 2017 Association of International Certified Professional Accountants. All rights reserved.